In the Options tab, you can set more detailed options for the session. Most users do not need to make changes for these options.
Select an operating system of the remote computer. If you do not know what to select, select "Auto Detect".Use UTF-8 encoding
Communicate with the remote computer using UTF8 string. If the remote computer uses UTF8 string and the remote files are encoded in UTF-8, then you must use this option.Send keep alive messages
Sends keep alive messages to the remote computer. It is useful when the connection is terminated unexpectedly when it is idle. In some network environments, a gateway or a firewall system may terminate connections without notice when the connections are idle for the specified time period.Use passive mode
When files are transferred, if the Passive Mode is set, the remote computer waits for your PC to establish the data connection. For detailed information, see the "Connection Type" of Commands menu. In case of SFTP connection, there is no need to set this option.Transfer Type
Set the transfer type in this session. For detailed information, see the "Transfer Type" of Commands menu.Multiple Transfers
Set the number for multiple simultaneous transfers. This option is useful when servers allow multiple connections.Use main connection only
This option is useful when the server allows only one connection. If this option is selected, transfers will be executed one at a time, and some actions on the remote folder will be limited during the transfers. In case of using SFTP connection, there is no need to set this option.Local
Set the local initial folder displayed when the connection is established for the session.Remote
Set the remote initial folder displayed when the connection is established for the session.